hey guys, this interveiw showed up on my Facebook from a buddy of mine. I work with Phil (guy on the left), and he is quite the character, most of which would not be gentlemanly for me to talk about here. there's not a whole lot of documentation on Phil but he surely is a New England legend, and one of the most commercially sucessful engineer/producers from the area. I've only watched the first 10 before I'm posting this, but I really think it's important to keep the legacy of lesser known but very commercially sucessfull producers. I would like to do a documentary on Phil because it's a riveting story of success and setback he's seen.